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The moment when Lukasz’s mother opened this small shop in order to help put them through a difficult time was also the moment when, after the fall of the iron curtain, the era of free market started in Poland and people could open their businesses and everybody had to learn how to function in this new reality.
Soon after the change happened Lukasz’s father assembled a small group of people and together with his two colleagues started a company which offered architectural services, of which he was a president. As they had a lot of experience in providing architectural services for existing and yet to be built hospitals and their main contacts were people from the healthcare, they figured that the new company would also provide architectural services for existing and yet to be built hospitals. This allowed for a fairly smooth transition and not long after they’d started the company the whole thing started to grow and Lukasz’s father started to make more serious money.